With COVID-19 hitting many fledgling operations hard, CRS and our partners offer a way to sustain and grow struggling enterprises.
With access to financial services a major challenge, CRS’ savings groups enable participants to better manage finances and grow sustainable livelihoods.
Through a CRS program, community health volunteers act as confidants, patient advocates and counselors.
A CRS savings group helped participants grow funds and stimulate livelihoods to improve family resilience and self-reliance.
Following years of conflict and disruption, Sudanese farmers found new skills and knowledge help them restore devastated lands and livelihoods.
Two CRS employees — Marc Bavois and Dina Brick — won Practitioner of the Year awards from The Small Enterprise Evaluation Project (SEEP) collaborative learning network recently at the annual SEEP conference.
“Whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me.”
You’ve helped CRS provide lifesaving support to 85 million people. We did it together in Jesus’ name. These CRS projects depend on the gifts of generous people like you:...